Fig. 77 UL Listed Catalog Page

Fig. 77 UL Listed Catalog Page
Seismic Bracing
Fig. 77 - TOLCO™ System Piping Attachment for Restraint (Sway Brace) Assembly
Size Range: 3⁄8" and 1⁄2" all threaded rod (ATR)
Material: Steel
Seismic Bracing
Function: System attachment for restraint (Sway Brace) Assembly
Features: The Fig. 77 is UL Listed to be used with both (IPS) steel and CPVC fire
sprinkler pipe, in 1" through 2" diameters. It fits multiple rod diameters allowing for
field adjustment if longer brace material is needed. Its sturdy break-off bolt will not
strip and verifies proper installation. Its snap on design has many advantages. It can
be installed with one-hand, can easily position the brace all thread rod over the top of
the pipe being braced or underneath the pipe being braced to accommodate the
desired brace angle. It can be fixed in place or moved to a new location by sliding
along the pipe or snapping on or off and relocating. An entire prefabricated assembly
(Fig. 76 & 77 joined with ATR) can be pre-assembled to save time and labor and later
be field installed and adjusted to fit.
Installation Instructions: Install TOLCO™ Fig. 77 System Attachment to sprinkler
pipe branch line to be restrained. You can position with the rod engagement either
above or below the sprinkler pipe. Rod must extend a min. of 1" (25.4) past the edge
of the Fig. 77. The attachment can be slid along the pipe to position close to where
the Fig. 76 structural attachment will be fastened to the structure. The snap on design
allows maximum adjustability during this stage of the installation process. Engage
ATR (previously attached to the Fig. 76 Structural Attachment to the rod engagement
portion of the Fig. 77 System Attachment. Tighten set bolt on Fig. 77 System
Attachment until head breaks off verifying proper installation torque. For more
information visit our website for the most up to date instructions sheets.
Structural Attachment for Restraint (Sway Brace)
Patent Pending
Approvals: UL Listed. FM Global Approved <FM> refer to page 55d.
Finish: Pre-Galvanized.
Order By: Figure number and pipe size.
Max.Design Loads (UL Listed)
3/8" Rod
1/2" Rod
in.
lbs.
lbs.
1
11/4
11/2
2
300
300
Part No.
Fig. 77
Fig. 77
Fig. 77
Fig. 77
* These loads apply to IPS steel, Sch.10, Sch. 40, engineered lightwall piping, such
as Allied Dynaflow™§, and CPVC plastic pipe. Loads shown are axial ASD loads.
§ All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.
All Thread Rod Maximum Restraint Lengths
Rod
Root
Least Radius
Maximum Unbraced Length L - (in.)
of Gyration
Size (in)
Dia. (in)
r (in)
l/r=100
l/r=200
l/r=300
l/r=400†
3/8
0.300
0.075
7
14
22
30
1/2
0.404
0.101
10
20
30
40
Max. Horizontal Load @ 45° (lbs.)**
l/r=100
300
300‡
l/r=200
186
300‡
l/r=300
82
152
l/r=400†
44
85
† l/r = 400 NFPA 13 2010, Sec 9.3.6.1 (5)
† l/r = 400 NFPA 13 2013,Sec 9.3.6.1 (5)
**Per NFPA 13 (2013) Table 9.3.5.11.8 (a)(b)(c), consult for maximum allowable load information on ATR.
‡Max load governed by Fig. 76/77 Max horizontal load.
Eaton’s TOLCO seismic bracing components are designed to be compatible only with other B-Line series bracing components, resulting in
a listed seismic bracing assembly. Our warranty for seismic bracing components will be the warranty provided in Eaton’s B-Line Division
standard terms and conditions of sale made available by us, except that, in addition to the other exclusions from Eaton’s B-Line Division
warranty, we make no warranty relating to Eaton's TOLCO seismic bracing components that are combined with products not provided by
Eaton’s B-Line Division.
All dimensions in charts and on drawings are in inches. Dimensions shown in parentheses are in millimeters unless otherwise specified.
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